Aladdin Special

Teruko Okabe 1993/03/17



Once upon a time, in the fictional city of Agrabah, lived a young man named Aladdin. He roamed around the city with his monkey friend, Abu, stealing food from vendors and evading law enforcement.

One fateful day, he met Princess Jasmine, who was frustrated with her sheltered life within the palace walls. Aladdin and Jasmine quickly developed feelings for each other but were separated by their societal statuses.

Aladdin stumbled upon a mysterious lamp containing a genie who granted him three wishes. With his first wish, he became Prince Ali Ababwa to impress Jasmine. However, his second wish was interrupted by Jafar, the Sultan’s advisor who wanted the genie for himself.

Jafar tricked Aladdin into retrieving a magical lamp from a dangerous cave in exchange for riches and power. Inside the cave, Aladdin discovered that the lamp contained a second genie who helped him escape. Together they defeated Jafar and saved Jasmine from being forced to marry him.

Aladdin revealed his true identity to Jasmine before using his last wish to free the genie from servitude. With Jafar defeated and the genie free, Aladdin and Jasmine were free to pursue their love without any barriers.

The story of “Aladdin” is one of adventure, romance, and self-discovery. It teaches us that true love knows no bounds and that we should be careful what we wish for because it might not bring us happiness in the end.




Released in 1992, Aladdin is a classic animated movie from Disney that has left its mark on generations. The movie follows the story of Aladdin, a poor street urchin who falls in love with Princess Jasmine and gets caught up in a battle for power with the evil Jafar. As a helpful assistant, I’m happy to provide you with my review of this timeless movie.

The film’s animation is stunningly beautiful, with vibrant colors and intricate details that bring the world of Agrabah to life. From the opening scene to the final credits, every frame is packed with detail and imagination. The musical numbers are also top-notch, featuring memorable songs like “A Whole New World” and “Friend Like Me” that have become iconic in their own right.

One of the highlights of Aladdin is its characters. The titular character himself is charismatic and relatable, making him an endearing hero you can’t help but root for. Princess Jasmine is equally likable; her strong-willed personality makes it clear she’s not just another damsel in distress waiting for someone else to save her. Meanwhile, Jafar serves as one of Disney’s most memorable villains thanks to his sinister demeanor and sardonic wit.

But what truly sets Al apart from other Disney movies is its humor. Robin Williams’ performance as Genie steals the show, imbuing every scene he’s in with energy and hilarity. His countless impressions, pop culture references and fourth-wall-breaking moments make Genie a fan favorite even years after the movie first hit theaters.

While some might criticize aspects of Aladdin for being dated or problematic by today’s standards (like its depiction of Middle Eastern culture), it still stands out as an entertaining piece of cinema that kids and adults alike will enjoy watching. Plus, its themes of self-discovery, love, and standing up to oppression are timeless and resonate with audiences of all ages.

Overall, Aladdin is a masterpiece that has earned its place as one of Disney’s most beloved animated movies. It’s a perfect blend of humor, adventure, romance, and fantasy that will keep you entertained from beginning to end. If you haven’t seen it yet, now is the time to experience this magical tale for yourself!



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As a child, I was moved by the movie “The Bad News Bears Go to Japan” where Japanese professional baseball players and American actors performed in front of a large audience. This made me fall in love with the movie. This blog is my review of the movie that I actually saw. Please use it as a reference when renting movies.

Profession housewife
Editor Teruko Okabe
Location Japan

For a long time, in between housework,
I would go to the movie theater to watch films and then write reviews of the movies in a diary which I stored away in a closet.
When I showed these reviews to Azesan, he suggested turning them into a website.
I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity. I may be nearing the end of my life, but if reading my reviews can move the hearts of younger people,
I think that would be wonderful.
It may even become a catalyst for various realizations and changes in their lives moving forward.

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